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Virginia's environmental agency finds an increase in toxic emissions.
Several Virginia communities will hold ceremonies marking the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War.
A former high-ranking official in the Albemarle schools faces a felony charge in Fluvanna.
Susan Swecker has become the new chairwoman of the Democratic Party of Virginia.
A magazine-issued review by the Columbia Journalism School further disputes the claims of ‘Jackie’.
Thousands of Virginia school kids might get an expedited chance to re-take standardized tests.
The February unemployment rate in Virginia was the same as in January.
Dominion Virginia Power customers will see a lower electric rate.
Prosecutors say there was plenty of evidence to convict former governor Bob McDonnell on corruption charges.
Some area non-profits will get more help than they expected from City Hall.
A future University of Virginia dormitory will honor a long ago slave couple.
Governor McAuliffe has signed Virginia's amended budget, which will take effect in July.
Governor McAuliffe has vetoed redistricting bills authored by Republicans.
A Thursday morning fire gutted a house in eastern Albemarle.
During a brief hearing Thursday morning, the next court date for Martese Johnson was set for May 28th.
The Albemarle School Board likes the design of a proposed greenhouse at Western Albemarle High School.
Albemarle resident Jesse Matthew does not face an abduction charge in Charlottesville.
There was a tragic ending to the search for a Pulaski County boy.
A Brunswick County jury has convicted a woman of involuntary manslaughter.
UVA students will pay just under 4% more for tuition next year.